Let’s jump at this easy guide on how to hide a file without the need to delete it.
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How to Hide Files from Your FileLinked Store in a Very Fast Way
2. A list of your FileLinked configurations will appear. Click Manage Files.
3. Click Edit in the file you want to hide. In this case, we click Edit at the “MX Player” file.
4. Slide the Active/Inactive toggle to enable the file to go from Active to Inactive status.
You can activate or deactivate the files every time you want by just enabling this toggle as your preference.
You can see that the status is Inactive, so you won’t be able to see the file in your FileLinked store.
5. Open the FileLinked App on your device and check that the file you just hide won’t appear in your FileLinked store.